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  • Family will pay $100K for photographer to document their travels for a year

    A dream job is available for anyone who loves photography and travel. A wealthy family in the United Kingdom is looking for a photographer to travel the world with them and document their travels, according to Perfocal, a website that connects people in need of photographers. The job pays £80,000 (a little more than $100,000) per year and the family will also cover travel, food and accommodation expenses. The family is looking for a photographer who can work up to 10 […]

  • Michigan mother calls police on son who refused to wake up for school

    GRAND BLANC TOWNSHIP, Mich. — A Michigan mom called the police on her son after repeatedly trying to wake him up for school, according to WEYI. Crystal Towns apparently reached her limit with the morning struggle Thursday, and decided to take things to a whole new level. “I woke him up,” she told WEYI. “He thought he was just going to not go and I said, ‘Nope you’re learning today boy.'” Towns reportedly said her son tried to blame his sister for not […]

  • Santa ripped off beard, told children ‘get the f*** out’ during Christmas festival meltdown

    ST. IVES, England – Organizers of a Christmas event have apologized to outraged parents after a fire alarm reportedly prompted Santa Claus to burst out of his grotto, rip off his beard and scream at children to “get the f**k out.” The incident occurred at an event in the English town of St. Ives, Cambridgeshire on Sunday, when an alarm at a nearby but unconnected event caused an evacuation of the building, organizers said. While parents and children were already […]

  • Royal couples reveal their 2018 Christmas cards

    William and Catherine, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, have chosen an autumnal photo of their family sitting on a tree trunk for this year’s Christmas card, which was made public on Friday. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are pleased to share a new photograph of their family. The photograph, taken by Matt Porteous, shows The Duke and Duchess with their three children at Anmer Hall, and features on Their Royal Highnesses’ Christmas card this year. pic.twitter.com/6XqCMlhLi8 — Kensington […]

  • Inside the secret U.S. military mission that found the Titanic

    For years, the incredible discovery of the Titanic’s wreckage at the bottom of the ocean in 1985 was thought to have been a purely scientific effort. But that was a ruse. Speaking to CNN on Thursday about now-declassified events, Robert Ballard, who discovered the Titanic, said that the expedition was part of a secret U.S. military mission to recover two sunken nuclear submarines on the bottom of the ocean. “They did not want the world to know that, so I […]

  • Radio station returns controversial ‘Baby It’s Cold Outside’ song to airwaves after listeners weigh in

    SAN FRANCISCO – A radio station in California has returned the song ‘Baby It’s Cold Outside’ to the airwaves. The station 96.5 KOIT pulled the song from rotation shortly after WDOK Christmas 102.1 in Cleveland did after complaints it is inappropriate in 2018. The call-and-response song written in the 1940’s includes a woman singing that she has to leave a man’s house as he tries to lure her to stay. In the song, the female sings “I really can’t stay,” […]

  • ‘Sesame Street’ introduces homeless muppet

    For the first time, a resident of “Sesame Street” is experiencing homelessness — and the hope is that her story can help sweep the clouds away for the growing number of young children in the United States without homes to call their own. Lily, a 7-year-old bright pink Muppet, was introduced to the world in 2011. She was originally described as being food-insecure because her family lacked consistent access to food. Now, “Lily is the first Muppet we’ve created whose […]

  • Ohio mother’s cancer disappears after groundbreaking clinical trial

    CLEVELAND – Denise and Jim Keenan recently celebrated their 35th wedding anniversary, but this milestone has taken on an even greater meaning since Denise was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma back in 2009. Denise, 66, of Youngstown, told WJW that she had “started getting used to the idea of not being here anymore.” She went in and out of remission several times over the past ten years, with a variety of failed cancer treatments. “She’s convinced me probably a hundred times over […]

  • Baby born with less than 1 percent chance of survival defies all odds

    INDIANAPOLIS — For one Indiana family, their list of what they’re thankful for is extra long this year after they were told their son had less than a 1 percent chance of survival. Indianapolis couple Daniel Breyts and Jess Novac were told by doctors in Illinois to start planning the funeral for their son Rowan after he was born three months early. “It was a hard balance between I wanted him to survive, but I was a realistic person, they […]

  • Choc-a-block: Liquid chocolate leak envelops German street

    In a scene that could be straight out of a children’s book, around a ton of liquid chocolate flowed out of a factory and caked a street in a west German town on Monday. Firefighters said a storage tank overflowed at DreiMeister’s chocolate factory in Westönnen, a suburb of the town of Werl, running out of the gates and solidifying on the chilly sidewalk. “About a ton of chocolate ran out into the yard and from there onto the street, […]